Southern Pines Public Library Summer Reading 2015
Welcome to the Southern Pines Public Library Summer Reading 2015 site. Once you are logged in, you will be taken to your account page.

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If you have already registered for the Summer Reading 2015 program enter your user name and password and click on the Login button. New users click on the Sign Me Up button.

Forgot your password? Please call the library at 910-692-8235 or stop in to reset your password.

This site is intended for access for persons over 13. Parents of children under 13 should register their children.
Important Messages
Welcome to the Southern Pines Public Library's (SPPL) Summer Reading website! Registration for Summer Reading and the Summer Reading programs will start June 1st. All summer long you can sign up online for SPPL Summer Reading 2015. Please create an account to get started.

Parents of children ages 0-4 are encouraged to use this Summer Reading site to track the minutes read to your child during summer 2015. Remember that as you track the number of minutes read, you earn Book Bucks. Book Bucks can be redeemed for cool prizes.

Miss spider wanted friends to join her for tea. All the other bugs were scared of her. One day she helped a wet moth and the moth told the others. They were no longer afraid of her and they all joined her for tea and pie.
We helped Blue's clues prepare thier Thanksgiving feast. We identified things for cooking, setting the table, art and more.
Animal sounds are fun!
The month of June was abundant with good bedtime stories! Plus we spent a week with Nanni, Papa and cousin Carys ....which meant extra special storytimes as Nanni read to them both! On the plane ride to Florida, Lilah enjoyed reading her finger puppet books, her favorite being "Little Dog" over and over again! Some of my favorite's were: "GOldilocks and the 3 Dinosaurs", "Miss Maples Seeds", "Guess How Much I Love You", "Farmer Will Allen and the Growing Table" and "Enemy Pie".
Peter wouldn't listen to his grandfather about not going into the meadow. He told Peter there was a wolf that would eat him. Peter knew that he could catch him. He did end up catching him but it could've been really bad.